December 02, 2020 Uncategorized
Atomic Data is excited to offer our clients, friends, and family a private viewing of the popular British Arrows Awards, featuring a ‘greatest hits’ collection of 40 years of awards history. RSVP below!
November 30, 2020 News
Atomic Data® today announced that FC Cincinnati has expanded services with the firm, bringing end-to-end IT as a Service, Operations, and Game Day Monitoring™ to all of the team’s facilities.
October 19, 2020 Industry
Cybersecurity represents the greatest risk vector for financial services, healthcare, retail, and virtually all other industries. See what the top 5 cybersecurity risks are in the era of COVID.
October 09, 2020 Community Action
REBUILDminnesota.org has brought in a team of mentors, including representatives from United Health Care, to provide pro-bono support to Elias as he continues to rebuild, restock, and restore his business.
With a relationship with VMware that began shortly after the company’s inception, it’s no surprise that Atomic Data has a rapidly growing cloud services business.
As we look to emerge from the coronavirus-induced Great Sports Hiatus, teams and venues everywhere are focused on reducing two things: infection risks and costs. “Right now, there are a few things all venues are worrying about as everyone gets ready to re-open,” according to Ted Mondale, head of business development and government relations at Atomic Data, a Minneapolis-based IT as a Service (ITaaS) firm. “First, they are uncertain on exactly how everything is going to happen. Secondly, they want to open as efficiently–read: as cheaply–as possible. "